Personal Cooking and Food Coach


In this world of processed and prepared foods, restaurants and grocery stores open 24/7, and unlimited food products and choices, creating a healthy, home-cooked meal can be overwhelming and difficult to do. In other words, are you struggling”¦


– With food allergies or have children who are allergic to dairy, nuts, gluten or other foods?


– Not having confidence in the kitchen, confused by all the information about what is healthy and what is not?


– With the effects of a poor diet, high in sugar, bad fats, and empty calories?


– As a busy parent fantic to get a meal on the table every night that meets everyone’s dietary requirements that tastes good?


Well, I can help! Now more than ever, gaining confidence in the kitchen and the grocery store is so important. Just like people need a personal trainer to guide them and motivate them to achieve a healthier body, so can a personal cooking and food coach help gain control over your food and health in a fun and inviting way.


Jandee and Back to the Table offers in-person, personalized help to allow you to shop and cook with confidence. Below are several services to help guide you to a healthier lifestyle. Call me to schedule a free phone or in person consultation. You won’t be disappointed. Start you healthy journey today.



Other Services – That will help guide you to a Healthier Lifestyle


Healthy Shopping Tour

WFMaking your way through the grocery store can be a challenge. There are so many temptations and options to choose from. If you are feeling a bit overwhelmed and leaving the store with a cart filled with processed foods and snacks, a field trip with a personal chef may be just what you need to shop with confidence.


During our time together we will meet at the grocery store in your neighborhood and:


– Discuss the layout and ambiance of the store and why we are so tempted to place certain items in our carts


– Visit the produce section and talk about how to choose fruits and vegetables that are in season, ripe, have low levels of pesticides and lots of nutritional value


– Talk with the folks behind the seafood counter about wild caught versus farm raised fish and which seafood has those important omega-3 fatty acids our bodies need


– Look over the large array of meat options and talk about grass-fed beef, organic chicken and how to buy meat on a budget


– Stare at the large array of cooking oils and discuss what cooking temperatures and methods to use them with.  


– Visit the pasta and grain aisle and talk about the benefits of whole grains and what to do if you are gluten intolerant and lots more!


WF2You will receive

– The Dirty Dozen and Clean 15 Guidelines for buying organic produce
– List for choosing healthy oils and fats for cooking
– List of food additives to avoid
– A healthy pantry checklist
– The knowledge to shop the grocery store with confidence








Pantry Assessment

Are you looking to improve your diet and incorporate healthier foods into your lifestyle? The first step is to assess where you currently are and then to create a simple action plan to phase out the unhealthy, processed items for healthier, whole foods.



During our time together, we will meet in your kitchen and look through your refrigerator, freezer and pantry to:


– Assess the quality of the ingredients you are using currently


– Talk about how to read a food label


– Learn how to store ingredients properly


– Create an action plan for phasing out certain food items and replacing them with healthier alternatives


You will receive:

– Guidelines for produce storage
– An action plan with concrete steps you can take in the next month to create a healthier lifestyle
– A healthy pantry checklist




Kitchen Organization

GET-ORGANIZEDIs cooking in your kitchen a hassle? Do you mumble obscenities when trying to find the top to a storage container? Do you have three jars of allspice because you didn’t realize you already had the other two hiding in the back of your cabinet? Cooking can be fun (honest!) but only when your kitchen space is uncluttered and organized.


During our time together, we will take a look on top of your counters, into your cabinets and refrigerator, and review your cooking tools. We will re-organize your kitchen to make it more efficient! Including, but not limited to:


– Determine the zones needed in your kitchen


– Determine the most efficient places to store your kitchen tools


– Review the essential pieces of kitchen equipment you need and those you can let go


– Assess the quality of the cooking equipment you currently own and the impact it has on your food and efficiency


– Discuss the correct way to store spices, oils and produce for maximum freshness


– Review the process Chef Jandee uses to set up the kitchen before cooking


– If need by re-organize it!


You will receive:

– Guidelines for produce storage
– Top 20 items all cooks should own
– An action plan with concrete steps to move your kitchen from cluttered and inefficient to clean and streamlined